GBI: 2 sisters found under overpass were homicide victims
ROME, Ga. (AP) — Two sisters were found dead underneath a highway overpass in Georgia and authorities said their deaths were being investigated as homicides.
Floyd County Chief Deputy Coroner Connie Chandler said 19-year-old Vanita Nicole “Vera” Richardson and 31-year-old Truvenia Clarece “Bean” Campbell were found underneath the East Rome Bypass bridge near the bank of the Etowah River Wednesday morning.
A Georgia Bureau of Investigation press release said the sisters’ deaths were being investigated as homicides.
The Rome News-Tribune reported Richardson was a student at Armuchee High School in Rome and was scheduled to graduate this year.